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Hello there! I'm a first time user.

I'm editing a scholarship program and came across this sentence:

"
The Marble Scholarship has allowed her to not only attend Northern University, but also to continue to serve in leadership roles."

I think it should drop the comma and the 'to' after 'also':

"
The Marble Scholarship has allowed her to not only attend Western University but also continue to serve in leadership roles."

Thoughts?

Thanks for the assistance!
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Hello there! I'm a first time user.

I'm editing a scholarship program and came across this sentence:

"The Marble Scholarship has allowed her to not only attend Northern University, but also to continue to serve in leadership roles."

I think it should drop the comma and the 'to' after 'also':

"The Marble Scholarship has allowed her to not only attend Western University but also continue to serve in leadership roles."

Thoughts?

Thanks for the assistance!
In order to not split the infinitive, I would say:

"The Marble Scholarship has allowed her not only to attend Western University but also to continue to serve in leadership roles."